FIREFIGHTERS / FIREMENVintage 1940's-1960's Magazines For Sale;


>>>> Below is a Current Inventory List of ITEMS IN STOCK & Ready to Sell.

They are NOT cataloged by price & condition, as we have FAR FAR too many items & they are always changing;


If you see items that interest you, PLEASE;

(1) REQUEST Condition, Price & Confirmation of availability;

(2) IMPORTANT; State PREFERRED Condition; (A) Highest Available Grade; (B) Middle Grade; (C) Lowest grade, cheapest copy;

(3) List up to a MAXIMUM of 30 items that interest you [Pulling, Grading & Pricing items from our GIANT Inventory in our 8000 Square

Foot warehouse, can be EXTREMELY Time Consuming; (So please; Try to send Serious Inquiries & START with your MOST WANTED Items)

IF you make a purchase from the Original 30 or Less item Quoted, we will be very HAPPY to Quote MORE items;

(4) SEND YOUR WANT LIST BY EMAIL to = (Our most efficient method of replying to Quotes);

OR, you can PHONE Us at = 1-204-346-3674 [ We usually CANNOT give an INSTANT & On the Spot Quote, thus EMAIL is usually better]

(5) Once we get your WANT LIST, based on our IN STOCK Inventory Lists, we will be VERY happy to respond with what is in stock,

As Soon As Possible; WE USUALLY REPLY to Inquires in 1-3 DAYS. (Bigger Requests & Time-Consuming Inquires, take longer to respond to);

NOTE; All Items Related to this Category ARE ALREADY LISTED = If you do NOT see it Listed, Then it is NOT in Stock; 

(6) PLEASE; Be Sure to let us know which STATE / PROVINCE and COUNTRY the items will ship to,  so that we can quote Postage.

(7) MANY Customers have SPAM FILTERS that BLOCK our EMAIL REPLIES, thus it is always a GOOD IDEA to enclose your Complete MAILING ADDRESS and PHONE NUMBER;

 [ IF your Servers SPAM FILTER Blocks our EMAIL Reply, we can still then answer you by Snail Mail and/or Phone ];


Our Mailing Address;


Doug Sulipa’s COMIC WORLD

BOX 21986





Land Line Phone; 1-204-346-3674

TEXT us at; 1-204-392-6686


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FIREFIGHTERS / FIREMENVintage 1940's-1960's Magazines For Sale;

FIREMEN (National Fire Protection Association Pub.)


January (East Angus, Quebec 55,000 Cord Pile Fire); February (Cleveland, Mississippi High School Fire); March (Philadelphia Fire Fighters Battling Race Street Blaze);

April (Home Fire in York County, PA); May (John L. Sullivan Presenting Navy Certificate of Achievement to General Manager Percy Bugbee); June(Community Church in Lower Harmony, New Jersey); July (La Salle Hotel in Chicago Where 61 People Perished); August (L.I. Pearson Lumber Yard and the J.C. Austin Construction Company’s Warehouse in Royal Oak, Michigan); September (“Fire is the Silent Partner of Inflation”); December (Rimmon Block is Manchester, New Hampshire);


January (3 Alarm Fire of a Lumber Yard in Scranton, PA); February (Rescue of Woman Trapped on Ninth Floor of Kentucky Hotel in Louisville); April (Los Angeles O’Connor Plant Aerial View After Explosion); June (Texas City Firemen Fighting Blaze Aboard Freighter “Grandcamp” Moments Before it Explodes); July (Administration Building of Muhlenberg College, Allentown, PA); September (Minot, North Dakota Oil Storage Tanks Burn); October (Five Story Cold Storage Plant at Winchester, VA); December (Bar Harbor, Maine, After Forest Fires at Edge of Town);


January (Cottage at Salisbury Beach, Mass); April (Firemen’s Home of the State of New York); August (Improvised Water Tower at the North Carolina Fire College at Durham); September (I.G. Farbenindustrie Chemical Plant Explosion in French Occupied Germany); October (Ethan Allen Farms in South Burlington, Vermont); December (Farmers Elevators and Drier (Rice Plant), Stuttgart, Arkansas);


January (Photographer Joseph Boersig of the Cleveland, Ohio, Fire Department); February (Engine 16 and Truck 3 of Washington, D.C.) March (8 Story Factory in Chicago’s West Side); April (Sun Tent Luebbest Company of San Francisco); May (Arial View of Ruins of St. Anthony’s Hospital, Effingham, Illinois); June (78 Year Old Ida Walters Fleeing from her Burning Home in Kalamazoo, Michigan); July (Horse Racing’s Hollywood Park in Inglewood, California); August (2,000 Barrel Asphalt Tank Explosion at an Oil Refinery in Perth Amboy, New Jersey); September (Oak Island Section of Revere, Massachusetts); October (Milwaukee’s Fireboat “Deluge”); November (Roanoke, VA. Fire Department Demonstrating its Water Tower); December (Alabama Firemen Training Station at the University of Alabama);


July (75 Foot Double Banked, American LaFrance Aerial Ladder Coming Out of a Pennsylvania Railroad Boxcar); August (One of the Step by Step Positions in Hose Evolutions); September (Three New Chemical Trucks in Miami, Florida); October (The Taos Volunteer Fire Department of New Mexico);


January (New Home of the Salina, Kansas Fire Department); April (State Office Building in Lansing, Michigan); May (New 85 Foot Aerial Ladder of the Los Angeles County Fire Department); June (H.M. Smith, Inspector of Fire Services, The Home Office, London, England); July (Fire Fighters of the Jacksonville, Florida, Moving on the Double at Downtown Fire); August (Propane Gas Cylinders Exploding in Newark, New Jersey); September (Fire Fighters During Flood in Kansas City); October (State Armoury Building in Binghamton, New York); November (House Explosions in Brighton, New York);


January (Turret Water Guns at Washington National Airport); March (Richard E. Vernor Honorary Chief of the Memphis Fire Department); April (Two Frustrated Fire Fighters, with No Water, at Elwyn Training School for Mentally Retarded Children in Elwyn, Pannsylvania); May (Palm Tree Fires in Phoenix, Arizona); June (Fireman Wood Comforting Wet Puppy, of Engine 23 of the Los Angeles Fire Department); July (Tobe Toff, Clown of the Rice Lake Township Organized Fire Fighters in Minnesota); August (Five-Alarm Fire at the Witco Chemical Company in Chicago); September (Paloma Oil Field Near Bakerfield California); October (Fire Destroying the Logan Dikie Barn in West Hartford, Vermont);


February (Furniture Store fire in Chicago Attended by 27 Fire Campanies); June (The Bagdad Country Club in Grand Prairie, Texas); July (Lacquer Mill in Windsor, Ontario); September (Maritime Fire Chiefs Association Annual Meeting in Kentville, Nova Scotia); November (Training at the Maryland Fire School, University of Maryland, College Park);


January (Farm Fire in East Blackstone, Massachusetts); February (Seaman Sowle Making a Rescue at a Fire in Newport, Rhole Island); March (Department Store Fire in Zion, Illinois); April (General Alarm Fire in Buffalo, New York); August (Testing Large Capacity Fog Nozzles on a Four Storey Warehouse in Kansas City, Missouri); September (Fireman Joseph R. Deitz of Chicago Hook and Ladder No. 19 Rescues Two Month old Baby from a Fire on West Erie Street); November (New Training Center in Rochester, New York);


March (South Main Street, Shenandoah, Pennsylvania); April (Pennsylvania Opens New Fire School); May (Fire Training School in Willimantic, Connecticut); July (Church Fire in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania); December (B-26 Bomber Crashes in a Residential District of East Meadow, Long Island, New York);


January (Tenement Building in South Boston, Massachusetts); February (Aerial and Ground Ladders in Use at Rooming House in Milwaukee, Wisconsin);July (Navy Jet Trainer Crashes into House in Minneapolis); August (Drill Tower of the Florida State Fire College); September (McKee Refinery of the Shamrock Oil and Gas Corp. North of Amarillo, Texas, Blast Kills 19 Volunteer Firemen); October (Tower of Harvard University’s Memorial Hall Destoryed by Fire); November (Lumber Warehouse in Davenport, Iowa);


January (Pier Fire and Explosion in Brooklyn, New York); February (St. Joseph’s Cathedral in Hartford, Connecticut); March (Multiple Tenant Factory Fire in New Haven, Connecticut); April (Rubber Reclaiming Factory in Buffalo, New York); May (Firefighters Climbing to Attack a 5 storey Brick Building on Waterfront in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania); June (Warehouse in Jersey City, New Jersey); July (Poster Selected by NFPA for Fire Prevention Week); August (Members of the Chicago Fire Department in Action); October (San Diego Fire Department Captain Wallace Eiter); November (Kobuta Plant of Koppers Company Inc. in Manaca, Pennsylvania);


February (Amoskeag Steamer Built in 1865 at the Dalles, Oregon); March (Church Fire in Lindenwold, New Jersey); April (Fire Trucks Demonstration in Falmouth, Massachusetts); May (New Home fire in Maryland, Massachusetts); June (Oil Warehouse fire in North Bay, Ontario); July (Lumber Yard fire in Jersey City, New Jersey); September (Action at a Fireman’s Muster); October (Flax Fire in Winona, Minnesota); November (Night Training at the Tower in Murfreesboro, Tennessee); December (Plane Crashes into Another Plane on the Ground of Idlewild Airport in Queens, New York);


January (Gas Fire in Allentown, Pennsylvania); February (Winter Fire Aftermath in Rochester, New York); March (Ice Coated Fire Truck in Action in Chicago); April (New Training and Communications Center in Memphis, Tennessee); May (Bottling Plant Fire in Clarksburg, West Virginia); June (Grain Storage Building Fire in Blackwell, Oklahoma); July (Two Buildings Burning in Downtown Midland, Michigan); August (Lumber Yard Fire in Massachusetts); September (Crayon Company in Los Angeles); October (Barn Fire in Bloomfield, Connecticut); November Bulk Plant Fire in Kansas City, Kansas); December (Nine Storage Warehouses on the Outskirts of Jersey City, New Jersey);


January (View from Top of Aerial Ladder Straight Down); February (Fruit Packing Warehouse in Modesto, California); March (Warehouse Fire at Mitchel Air Force Base in New York); April (LP Gas Bottling Plant in Montreal, Quebec); May (Official NFPA Calendar Picture for 1961 Done by artist William C. Griffith); July (Dockside Fire in Oakland, California); August (Memorial to Tulsa Fire Fighters at Fire Station No. 22 in Tulsa, Oklahoma); September (Aerial View of U.S. Aircraft Carrier “Hornet” with Sailor Lining up to Spell “Stop Fires!”); October (Unsprinklered Mercantile Ruined by Fire in East Brunswick, New Jersey); November (Unsuccessful Resuscitation Attempt on Two Children); December (Fireman Kossup and Captain Marron Saving Two Children in Newark, New Jersey);


January (United Air Lines DC-8 and a Trans World Airlines Constellation Collision and Crash Down on Brooklyn and Staten Island, New York/ Aircraft Carrier “Constellation” Burning in New York Harbor); February (Service Station in Fort Wayne, Indiana); March (Training Tower in Seattle, Washington); March (First Christian Church in Topeka, Kansas); July (Frame Dwelling Burned in Wisconsin Training Program); August (Dual-Tank Gasoline Truck, Before, after and During Fire in Toledo, Ohio);


March (One of Portland, Oregon’s Refurbished Fireboats); April (Firemen Rescuing Four Year olf Boy in Hamilton, Ontario); July (Retail Furniture Store in Fort Wayne, Indiana); September (Various Firemen’s Duties); October (Volunteer Fire Department and Equipment of Latrobe, Pennsylvania); November (St. Mary’s Cathedral in San Francisco, California);


May (Sherry Biltmore Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts); July Harmon H-43 Helicopter Used in Demonstration Battling Flammable Liquid Fire in Jamestown, North Dakota); August (Firemen’s Memorial in New Orleans, Louisiana); September (Propane Fire in Memphis, Tennessee); October (Marylands New Training Tower);


>>> WE ACCEPT payment by;

( 1 );  We accept payment thru PAYPAL (the Most Popular Option) = 

( A )  Payments using PAYPAL are to be Sent to 

( B or Provide us the email address Linked to your PAYPAL Account and ASK us to send a PAYPAL INVOICE;

( C If you are NEW to PAYPAL, we can send a PAYPAL INVOICE and Get you Started (Simply Provide us the email address you want to use for PAYPAL)

( 2 );  We gladly accept CREDIT CARD Payments { VISA, American Express and Mastercard };  

EMAIL Credit Card Info; we highly recommend sending information, split into THREE separate E-Mail's for safety (Number the emails so we reassemble them in correct order)   (This is very fast & easy; 1000's of previous customers have paid in this way for many years. This is the most common & safe method our customers use to make payments);
( A )  Send first 8 digits in email #1,

( B ) send second 8 digits in email #2 and

( C ) send EXPIRY DATE, and Security / Validation Code (3 Digit number on the BACK of the Card, if there is one) in email #3; 

*** BE SURE to Send your complete SHIPPING address [It is a good idea to include your PHONE number in case problems arise]. 

*** PLEASE, Double check the numbers before sending (it is very easy to make a single digit error); 

>> OR, you can; PHONE it in; ( PHONE; 1-204-346-3674 );  TEXT it in; ( PHONE; 1-204-392-6686 );

( 3 ); MONEY ORDERS, CERTIFIED BANK CHECKS & BANK DRAFTS; [Note; We have a USA Bank Account; THUS we CAN accept USA domestic MONEY ORDER's (7-11, Western union, post office, etc)]; >> For USA buyers = international MO's are NOT required; So do NOT waste money on the extra fees;

** FOREIGN & OVERSEAS orders, MUST send International MONEY ORDERS or BANK DRAFTS only;

( 4 ); WESTERN UNION; They Require that You send the Money in the Currency of the Country it is sent to, thus Convert the USA Funds Total into the current Equivalent in CANADIAN FUNDS; PROVIDE me with your full Name, shipping Address & Local Phone Number;  Payment needs to be made to; Doug Sulipa;  Send me via WESTERN UNION Tracking Number Information in TWO emails (for SAFETY);

( 5 ); Bank WIRE TRANSFER (Purchases over $500.00); Faster & Easier to Convert the Total to the Equivalent in CANADIAN FUNDS; ASK for FULL Details;

( 6 ); USA Funds CASH (Maximum of $50.00 for safety; We do NOT accept responsibility for LOST CASH, as we do not know if you actually sent it; But Note that 99.9% does arrives safely; Please send NO money in coins, as it rips envelopes; Many Overseas Customers have successfully sent Larger amounts of CASH by REGISTERED Mail.
( 7 ); PERSONAL or Business CHECKS; [We accept CHECKS drawn on USA & CANADA Banks ONLY; YOUR NAME or your Company name MUST be Printed on the CHECK (generic Counter Checks are NOT accepted); *** $75.00 or LESS, we ship immediately; Canada CHECKS from $75.01 and UP take 3-4 weeks to CLEAR, before we will ship; USA CHECKS from $75.01 and UP take 6-8 WEEKS to CLEAR, before we will ship; NO Exceptions, due to many BAD experiences;



>> Note; USA letters to Canada, need $1.25 in stamps;
Send to & make payment to;

Doug Sulipa's COMIC WORLD
BOX 21986



Land Line Phone; 1-204-346-3674

TEXT us at;  1-204-392-6686


ALL Prices in USA Funds, Unless otherwise Noted;



I am Douglas W. Sulipa, an OVERSTREET Comic Book Price Guide SENIOR ADVISOR for 44 years {since Guide #2 way back in 1972); >> Read my Annual OVERSTREET MARKET REPORTS;  (Overstreet #45 = AD on pages 228; ** See my 10 Page Market Report on Pages 171-180);  (Overstreet #44 = AD on pages 228 & 1092; ** See my 11 Page Market Report on Pages 163-174);  (Overstreet #43,  Market Report on pages 138-142,  AD on page 194); (Overstreet #42 AD on page 188 & 250); (Overstreet #41,  AD on page 184 & 236);  I am an original member on the Board of Advisors to CBCA {Comic Book Collecting Association} Comic Pros with the common-sense Code of Ethics, in the Comics Community.



We have IN STOCK; [ 1,300,000 COMICS, 1950's thru 2010, & some Older, with 95% of everything ALL Publishers & titles from 1960-2010 ] [250,000 MAGAZINES, ALL types] [250,000 Mass Market PAPERBACKS, ALL types, 1940-1990's] [60,000 Hardcover Books, ALL subjects, from 1900-1990's] [100,000 x 33-1/3 RPM Vinyl LP Records] [40,000 x 45 RPM Vinyl 7 Single Records] [8,000 Music Cassette Tapes] [15,000 VHS Movies] [15,000 POSTERS; MOVIE One Sheets (1950's-1990's), VIDEO Store (1980s-1990's) & 10,000 Chain store types (1970's-early 1990's)] [VIDEO GAMES; Atari, Coleco, Intellivision, Nintendo, Super-Nintendo, Sega, Genesis, etc] [Digests = Most Comic types, plus a selection of SF, Mystery & many Misc types] & MORE! >> 600,000 Pounds of inventory jam packed into an 8000 Square Foot Warehouse! So much material, we will NEVER get it all catalogued! BUT you can view our HUGE inventory lists at our website =

SEND YOUR WANT LISTS [Please Limit to SERIOUS WANTS & Limit the number of items, to 30 or Less MOST WANTED items; Filling Want Lists is Time Consuming, We reply ASAP;

ORDER Multiple Items ALL from one seller; (1) SAVE on POSTAGE; (2) SAVE TIME locating the items; (3) GET them from a RELIABLE source; (4) Receive Items PROPERLY GRADED by Condition; (5) Satisfaction Always Guaranteed;



Please allow 7-10 DAYS for your Snail Mail LETTERS to arrive since you are sending to Canada. (MOST arrive in 7 days average); We ship Mail orders within 24 hours of Payment

(except weekends), but usually SAME DAY. [Unlike many eBay sellers & our competitors, who can take as long as 2-4 weeks to ship]; >>> [ FED-EX, UPS & other COURIER PARCELS are expensive from Canada = US$100.00 Minimum and UP Required; IF you have a FED-EX or UPS account, we can have charged billed to that account, if you provide the account number. Please triple check the account number]; >> I am a STRICT and accurate CONDITION grader; I do NOT Over-Grade or Under-Grade. I just try to grade as ACCURATELY as the current Professional Dealer market dictates. Unfortunately most sellers DO NOT know how to grade accurately especially when dealing with comic books (which has been my main specialty since 1971). >> I also pack all shipments VERY WELL , to avoid damage in transit;  SATISFACTION IS GUARANTEED; RETURN anything you are NOT happy with; Superb Service for OVER 45 years; For the last 20 Years, our average RETURN RATE is Lower than One-Quarter of ONE PERCENT (most of those were CUSTOMER Errors);  

Returned items Must be Postmarked BACK in the Mail within 7 days of the day you received the parcel. Wrap well & clearly, in large letters, on outside of parcel, put Returning Goods to Sender = This is REQUIRED, to avoid Customs Hassles & Long Delays; (The ONLY exception for Returns, is CGC professionally graded comics, these are NOT returnable, as with CGC you know in advance, what you will be getting);  WE HAVE an eBay 99.99% SATISFACTION RATE, with over 5000 Positive Feedbacks on eBay;

MAIL ORDER since 1971, with OVER 30,000 DIFFERENT Satisfied Customers, with over 300,000 completed Orders; THANK YOU! ..... Douglas W. Sulipa